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Fall Fashion Week: FDE Glock 35

We have a bunch of firearms in The Armory that don’t see much use or publicity. A while mess of Glocks actually. Here is a FDE Glock 35. GEN 4. With Wilson-Vickers ledge night sights.  The logic behind this gun was to have it handy should anyone show up at our ranges with 40 S&W. For the record, plenty of …

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The Melt Your Face Drill

Ok. Confession time. This isn’t really a drill. This is what most shooting actually is: Slow, Tedious, Administrative, or Repetitive shooting.  In this case, I am zeroing fixed sights on a Glock 35 in 40S&W.  Why you may ask? Simple. One of the PD’s that we are hosting, as it unexpecidy turns out, carry Glock 22’s in 40S&W. And…they are …

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Killing Time Installing Front Sights

Been stuck in the armory all day waiting for a delivery. I’m killing time but I can’t get too deep into something that I can’t drop last minute to run up to the loading dock. Cleaned a bunch of guns. Now I’m installing front sights on the Glock 34 & 35. Guess I’ll be shooting Glock this week to finish …

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Handguns Seen at 2016 Ft. Benning Sniper Challenge

I know the subject of issued military handguns is always a hot-button topic among most firearms enthusiasts. I suspect the reason for this isn’t the significance or primacy of handguns in combat. They are secondary and rarely used. But rather civilians live in mostly a handgun world. So any brand confirmation hits them right in the feels. But let us …

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Video — Second Strike And Why It Doesn’t Matter

There seems to be this persistent rumor on our social media properties that only a handgun with “second strike” or “double strike” capability will be considered for the Army’s proposed Modular Handgun System. Aka the MHS. The two weapons used to demonstrate in this video are Glock 35 GEN 4 FDE S&W 325 Thunder Ranch It would have been better …